AF KLM Cargo unveils new winter schedule
Oct 17, 2018: Air France KLM Martinair Cargo will operate its new winter schedule from October 28, 2018 to March 31, 2019.
The group will be offering freight capacity from its two hubs, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol, on around 1,060 weekly services to 124 unique destinations across our global network.
Air France KLM Martinair Cargo will continue its services in winter to Fortaleza, Brazil from its Amsterdam hub, which the carrier successfully started last summer. It will fly three times a week and deploy A330-200 aircraft on the route.
From the same hub, the carrier returns this winter to San Jose in Costa Rica with its 777 three times a week. It will also operate services to Colombo, Sri Lanka with its Dreamliner two times a week as well as Dreamliner services to Port Louis, Mauritius three times a week. It will also operate services to Miami, USA with its Airbus A330 aircraft
Also flying out of Paris Charles de Gaulle will be its Airbus A340 aircraft services to Fortaleza three times a week. The group will operate three times weekly services to Mahe in Seychelles with the same aircraft. Flights to Nairobi, Kenya from Paris CDG will be operated with its 787 Dreamliner three times a week. And Seattle, USA with its A330 will be serviced three times a week. Also, the group will operate two times weekly services to Taipei in Taiwan with its Boeing 777.
From both hubs, AF KLM Cargo has increased frequencies to several destinations (e.g. from AMS daily flights to EZE and SCL, from CDG more flights to e.g. JFK, HND AND KIX).
The group will also offer ample cargo capacity on their North Atlantic routes to/from Europe as part of its co-operation with its joint venture partner Delta Cargo.
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